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Q: How do I replace the air bags?

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How do I replace the air bags?

Any time an air bag is deployed, it will need to be replaced. You should not drive your vehicle until the air bags have been replaced. Only a qualified mechanic or dealership should replace the air bags in your vehicle.

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